law of the land so, let's move on, let's implement, let's continue to improve, let's figure out how we as states can make things better in our own states. there are going to be lots of different ways of implementing. that's one of the flexibilities that the bill creates. and so let's get on with it. host: this is fayetteville, north carolina, frank is on a republican line. caller: good morning to both of you. briefly i've been involved in health care for 30 years, a health care provider, my wife is an elementary school teacher, i have a teaching degree and school board member, a veteran, so i've touched on the areas the governor has spoke about and let me make it clear, if anybody supports the health care bill passed and ratified by the supreme court, it has absolutely no interest in controlling health care costs when you expand health care access, no tort reform has driven costs through the roof, assessibility, uncontrolled assessility has driven the health care costs through the roof, and when you expand access, it will go nowhere but higher, and to say that we test too much, well that's true, we do test too much too often, but it's because we are forced to test too much because we always are under the guise of lawsuits and patients being uncomfortable.